Did you by any chance mean Gaura?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An onagraceous genus of erect herbs of the United States and northern Mexico, bearing wand-like spikes or racemes of white or pink flowers. There are 15 or 20 species, of which the Texan, G. Lindheimeri, is frequent in cultivation.
“The gaura is a carefree summer bloomer and good for the least amount of maintenance possible.”
“This season is characterized by cool temperatures, mist and drizzling rain, also known as "gaura" that accumulates around the highlands of larger islands.”
“I should have gotten one of my friends (and fellow students) - preferably a short one - to show how tall this gaura is.”
“Even more amazing in the gaura (or rather, several gauras) on the right.”
“If you're thinking of removing a section of lawn and replacing it with low-maintenance plants, some easy perennials that spread far and wide are yarrow, chamomile, erigeron, festuca, gaura, Stachys and creeping thyme.”
“That gaura sounds wonderful, I have the whirling butterflies and it too has the three foot long red stems that last well into winter.”
“A wild goldenrod is still showing color amidst the gaura foliage out front.”
“In the same bed as the pink gaura are the eryngiums.”
“Out front in the middle streetside bed are the large gaura lindheimeri ‘Whirling Butterflies’.”
“Another gaura, this one growing on the shed hillside, a dark leaf pink variety, g.”
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